What is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Seal?


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Seal You asked, and we listened. Over the past few months, we’ve received an overwhelming outpouring from educators across the world asking specifically for resources that bring equity, inclusion, and diversity as the center focus of your teaching.

This seal represents a product specifically designed to meet the Center for Responsive Schools commitment to fostering attitudes, behaviors, practices, and knowledge that promote and habituate diversity, inclusion, and equity in the schools that use our programs, products, and services.

While Responsive Classroom by nature of design addresses diversity, inclusion, and equity, the seal is intended to highlight products that do this in a specific and deliberate manner.


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

Read more to find out how the Responsive Classroom approach is a key lever
to changing beliefs and systems that impact issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Teacher Belief Study


More Grows in the Garden Than the Gardener Knows He Has Planted




Webinar: Using Teacher Leadership Style and Language to Create Classroom Equity


Webinar: Establishing a Positive, Equitable, and Inclusive School Culture


Creating a Welcoming Classroom Environment


Getting to know and connecting with students

Creating Equity Using the Responsive Classroom Approach


Our Words Matter


Morning Meeting and Responsive Advisory Meeting in the Midst of COVID: Addressing Equity and Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom


Webinar: Identifying and Teaching Skills to Sustain Inclusive, Safe, and Autonomous Classrooms


Webinar: Addressing Unique Challenges in Creating a Culturally Inclusive Classroom During COVID-19


Creating Equity Through Everyday Moments

A Tale of Two Classrooms: How the Response to COVID Could Impact Equity


Overcoming Biases and Stereotype Threat to Create a Collaborative Learning Community


Classroom Organization for the Diverse, Inclusive, and Socially-Distanced Classroom


Webinar: Engaging and Empowering Students in a Socially Distanced or Virtual Classroom


Discipline That Preserves Dignity


Seeing that students belong and are significant